Cocktail-guru Clark Moore talks the White Negroni and what makes it so trendy.
The vegetarian restaurant makes a mostly low-alcohol, super-flavorful drinks menu that can appeal to even the most (and least) virtuous veg-eaters.
The Tom & Jerry–a frothy, rich Christmas-time drink akin to eggnog–was, according to cocktail historian David Wondrich, created in the early 1850s by famed mixologist Jerry Thomas. As legend goes, Thomas refused to make them until after the first snowfall. It may not be Christmas yet, but the snow has fallen, people, so ready your mixers!
There’s something about Tuesday that’s maybe a bit blah. It’s not quite Monday, but it’s definitely not Friday. Why not add some tasty excitement to it with a ticket to Good Spirits on February 28th from 6-9pm? You’d better hurry though, because they are flying. You won’t want to miss out on food and drink from over 50 of the city’s best restaurants and distillers, all for just $45 at Downstairs at 82 Mercer in Soho.
With the hoopla of the holidays out of the way, we wanted to remind you to prod your favorite bartender to enter our Great King Street Cocktail Competition, a collaboration by Compass Box and Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn to crown the very best cocktail made with Great King Street: Artist’s Blend and at least one seasonal ingredient. And to say we’ve extended the submission deadline to this Friday, January 6th.